Martin luther king

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today is Martin Luther King turned 92 years old and is still one of the best leaders ever. Martin Luther King helped change American history and paid for it with his life. Martin Luther King, but best-known advocates of non-violent social change. With his Christian background, the philosopher of civil disobedience and inspired by Gandhi’s policy of non-violence, King spearheaded a series of demonstrations and actions focusing on racial segregation, economic and social inequality, and black Americans lacked rights over whites. . He played a major role in the civil right movement, which wanted all rights for African Americans, economic inequality and all victims of injustice, through peaceful protest. He was the driving force behind landmark events such as the Montgomery Bus Boycott and March 1963 on Washington, which helped create landmark legislation such as the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 and is remembered each year by Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and U.S. federal holiday since 1986.

An important action of Martin Luther King Jr.:

Dr Martin Luther King Jr. had a great vision where we could all exist in a society where race is not a matter of how people were treated or how they were allowed to live their lives. A majority of us here in America have been trained to Dr King, knows his famous “I Have a Dream” speech.

Dr King was very instrumental in how he led the movement by placing his life on the line of freedom and justice, every day in hopes of a civil rights reform. King played a role in many well-known civil rights movements in the 1950s and 1960s, such as the boycott of Montgomery City Bus and Memphis Sanitation, worker strike, but Rosa Parker also played a major role in the civil rights movement she is conditioned to, the mothers of the civil rights movement, which played a major role in the boycott of the Montgomery city bus.

One of the key focuses of King’s vision, apart from a quest for racial equality, was the idea of ​​non-violence. Despite being arrested 29 times, he refused to return to violence in the same way as his oppressors or show violent acts in any of his protests. Not only did he not believe in a non-violent approach, but he also taught his followers to do the same based on Gandhi’s principles.

Dr King’s efforts have affected millennial activism in several areas of civil rights reform. The areas include immigration reform and the systematic killing of unarmed men of colour. I think that Dr King would be truly proud of all the steps we have taken as a society to create equal civil rights for all. The end is very near, we all have so much work to do to make sure it can be enjoyed by all.

No fight is ever perfect or complete in the war for civil rights, King’s and those like him have changed the country and the world for the better in many noticeable ways. His vision has made the world a more equal place, if not more equal, and it has helped to ensure that minorities have a voice.

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